Friday, April 29, 2011

One of AMDs best decisions was to acquire ATI. Should they do the same with ARM?

If there has ever been a company that should be acquired, it is British chip designer ARM. AMD would be an amazing fit.
When AMD announced earlier this week that it would host ARM to hold a keynote at its upcoming software developer conference, I started poking around in the industry to see how close AMD and ARM really are. AMD's PR firm called the two companies "strange bedfellows" and the opportunity that both companies have in using technologies such as OpenCL would put Intel at a disadvantage. Whether that is really the case or not, I got really stuck on the "bedfellows" note. Seriously, "bedfellows"?

Read the full article via TomsHardware

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